Download URL's from Google Search Results

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  1. MaxTucker

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    Is there any way to do a Google search and download the results as a list of URL's?
     
  2. Cloaks

    Cloaks Regular Member

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    Scrapebox. Alternatively, program a script for it, that's what I did.
    Just search for the keyword "keyword scraper" or "online keyword scraper" and you'll find something.
     
  3. MaxTucker

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    I should of specified I want to download results for a custom footprint and SB doesn't seem to do this right.

    The footprint being

    site:site.com/profile/[variable profile name]

    I tried SB but it churns out only 500 results. Google returns many more results.
     
  4. MaxTucker

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    thanks for the help, I will just do a imacros script.
     
  5. jacky2002r

    jacky2002r Junior Member

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    Lolz... download two main SEO plugin which will solve your prob.

    1) SeoQuake

    2) Seo4Firefox

    They both have the option of exporting Google Search Results in Excel :D
     
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  6. MaxTucker

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    great, thanks for that mate.
     
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    Good point. However, there is a chance that his current solution does not work. The link I provided has a direct relevance to the original topic. And finally, this thread could potentially receive a great number of hits per day from new users seeking the same information and as such the information I provided could very well be useful to them - if not a solution.

    However, I do see where you're coming from.
     
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  10. markhenry121

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    SeoQuake is best, here you can search with many constraint, easily plug-in with Firefox, recommended.